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Notated Music Andantinos, piano, E♭ major Andantino pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon / Nocturne à deux voix

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  • Andantinos, piano, E♭ major

Other Title

  • Andantino pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon
  • Nocturne à deux voix

Alternate Title

  • Andantino pour Emile et Charlotte Loudon
  • Nocturne à deux voix


  • Liszt, Franz -- 1811-1886

Created / Published

  • xx.
  • monographic.


  • -  Piano music
  • -  Vocal duets with piano
  • -  Juilliard Manuscript Collection (Juilliard School. Library)
  • -  Music -- Manuscripts.


  • -  Holograph, signed.
  • -  Caption title.
  • -  At end: Pour Emile, et Charlotte Loudon [Loudon crossed out], Rue de Clichy, Lundi, 19 Mai 1828.
  • -  On last p. right margin written vertically from bottom: à Plymouth je vous le recopierai.
  • -  In black ink, with alterations and other markings, some in pencil.
  • -  Inner pages of 4-p. signature, bound and numbered in pencil in reverse order. P. 2 crossed out on actual 1st p. of music and replaced with no. 3.
  • -  At top left of caption symbol is present that may represent composer's initials F.L.
  • -  Bound in dark brown board with decorative gold border, front cover embossed in gold lettering: Franz Liszt / Andantino pour Emilie [sic] et Charlotte Loudon / 19 Mai 1828. Binding spine title in gold letters: Liszt Andantino pour piano.
  • -  Slightly stained and worn at edges.
  • -  Includes unidentified ms. composition in different hand on outer pages of signature, also bound backwards and numbered in pencil as p. 1 and 4, i.e., p. 4 being beginning. Work is for 2 medium voices with piano acc., French words, with additional verses printed as text at end, entitled Nocturne à deux voix.
  • -  Juilliard Manuscript Collection, Lila Acheson Wallace Library, The Juilliard School. (preferred citation)
  • -  Gift; Bruce Kovner; 2006. (acquisition)
  • -  Purchased from La Scala Autographs, New Jersey, January 1999. (ownership)
  • -  International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) list of compositions by Franz Liszt (consulted October 4, 2010), External S.163a/2 (citation)
  • -  RISM, ID no.900004923 (citation)


  • print


  • p. 2-3 of ms. music, bound ; 15 x 23 cm.

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Liszt, Franz. Andantinos, piano, E♭ major. Xx. Monographic.

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Liszt, F. Andantinos, piano, E♭ major. Xx. Monographic.

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Liszt, Franz. Andantinos, piano, E♭ major. Xx. Monographic.